Harold Cohen is an English artist who established an international reputation in the 1960s when he represented Great Britain in the Venice Biennale, Documenta 3, the Paris Biennale and many other important international shows.



Cohen is also author of the celebrated AARON program, an ongoing research effort in autonomous machine (art making) intelligence which began when he was a visiting scholar at Stanford University’s Artificial Intelligence Lab in 1973. Together, Cohen and AARON have exhibited at Tate, the Brooklyn Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum and many more of the world’s major art spaces. Chaired by Charlie Gere (Birkbeck College, author of Digital Culture).